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Waterfall Perspective

Waterfall

Waterfall Perspective Derrycunnihy is a small area located on the way to Moll’s Gap and is waiting to be explored.  A small church by the roadside marks the spot from where you can walk The Kerry Way. Whether it’s a short stroll, a jog through the trails or as part of a longer trek through the lakeland paths, there’s…

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Christmas Offers and Supersize Prints!

Christmas Offers and Supersize Prints!

Christmas Offers and Supersize Prints! We’ve had a busy few weeks in The Gallery 21 and it’s time for a catch up. “Would you like to super size that, Sir?” No, not fries. We have been having fun picking our favourite images and super sizing them! Working with a few clients now has brought to light that the…

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Mangerton Mountain | An Ancient Battle Ground

Mangerton Mountain | An Ancient Battle Ground As we discussed before with each image we produce we like to have a piece of history/story to accompany it. While researching Mangerton Mountain, I came across an interesting piece of history! Best grab a tea or coffee for this one.. An ancient battle ground lies to the northern slope…

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Valentia Island

Valentia Island

Valentia Island During the week we finalised our new pieces for The Gallery 21. We’re frequently asked about panoramic prints and there was one that went straight to the top of our list!  This particular image of Knightstown, Valentia Island is one of my favourites and the more I look at it, the more I love…

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The Road To Lord Brandon’s Bridge

The Road To Lord Brandon’s Bridge Lord Brandon’s Cottage is situated on the edge of Killarney’s National Park overlooking the Upper Lake. An undertaking to get too, but worth the adventure. Locals run boat trips, chauffeur driven trips and horse & carriages. It is the nicest way to experience the Gap of Dunloe and to view…

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The Gallery 21 | TBEX Killarney

The Gallery 21 | TBEX Killarney We were delighted when TBEX Europe 2017 announced it was coming to our hometown. After the success and buzz surrounding their 2013 event in Dublin, choosing Killarney as a host is an amazing achievement. The event is run October 3-5 in the INEC. For those of you who do not know what…

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Ché do Bheatha Festival, Kilkee.

Ché do Bheatha Festival, Kilkee.

Ché do Bheatha Festival, Killkee.  Kilkee is the main town in Loop Head. Having gained its popularity as a resort almost 200 years ago, it has become a favourite holiday destination on the West of Ireland. Popular with families as its beaches are safe and sheltered from the Atlantic by the Pollock Holes.  A passenger…

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Paris By Night

Paris By Night On our way back from France I was reminded of this project I did a few years ago. If anyone has seen Midnight in Paris then you’ll understand how easy it is to get lost here.  Bouncing from one cobbled, narrow street to another. Dropping by cafés and bistros, eating and drinking…

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Killarney’s Innisfallen Island

Killarney’s Innisfallen Island Innisfallen Island which sits offshore from Ross Castle, is home to the ruins of Innisfallen Abbey.  Impressive archaeological remains from early Christian times are to be found in the ruined monastery on Innisfallen Island. The monastery was founded in the 6th/7th century by St.Finian the Leper. It would have been a bleak and…

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Skellig Graveyard

Skellig Graveyard

Skellig Graveyard With the images ordered we like to send some history or background information about the locations if we can. I reread our Skellig Graveyard story when prepping it to send to Arizona and though it would make for a nice blog post! We hope you enjoy it; Skellig Michael is the site of an old…

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